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Tagging Reference

This page includes a reference for the OU Campus comment tags, and the attributes and values that can be used with each. For more information about transitional and short-style tags, see:

Page Tagging

This Page Tagging Reference topic includes the following:

 

 

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Datetime Tag

The Datetime tag provides the date/time stamp. This can appear anywhere on the page but can only appear once per page. In the event of two occurrences on a page, only the first one is processed.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.date --> <!-- /com.omniupdate.date -->

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.date type="datetime" style="short" --> <!-- /com.omniupdate.date --> 

 

Attributes

  • style

  • type


 

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Direct Entry/Login Tag

Direct entry or login button code is inserted by the system at the location of this tag at publish time. This code cannot reside within an Editable Region tag.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.ob --> <!-- /com.omniupdate.ob --> 

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.ob --><!-- /com.omniupdate.ob -->

Attributes

There are no attributes for the Direct Entry/Login tag.

 

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Edit Full Page Tag

The placement of this tag provides control over where on a given page the Edit Full Page Source button is placed. This is useful on pages that rely heavily on CSS with absolute positioned and floated divs.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.efp --> 

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.efp -->

Attributes

There are no attributes for the Edit Full Page tag.

 

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Editable Regions (Div & Editor Tag)

The Editable Region element defines an editable region. The Div tag defines the beginning and the end of the editable region. Within the Div tag the Editor tag can be included. This is used to define the WYSIWYG Editor and attributes with the following values:

  • What group can edit the region
  • The specific image that appears as the clickable button to access the region in the editor
  • A border color that surrounds the region
  • Padding between the border and the content within the region
  • A background color for the region
  • A line break

Div Tags

The Div tag is used by OU Campus to define the beginning and end of the specific editable region ends. It does not contain any attributes. An editable region can only be assigned one editor (ouc:editor or ouc:multiedit), but not both at the same time.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.div --> <!-- /com.omniupdate.div --> 

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.div
label="Text Full"
group="Everyone"
padding="3"
button="106"
bgcolor="white"
border="#33FF00"
break="break"
--><!-- /com.omniupdate.div -->

 

Attributes

  • bgcolor

  • border

  • break

  • button

  • group

  • hide

  • label (Required)

  • padding

  • path

  • position


 

Editor Tag

Allows customization of various attributes of the WYSIWYG editor. The editor tag is optional. If it is included within a Div element, it can contain variables that determine the following:

  • The path to the CSS stylesheet to be pulled into the editor while a user is editing this region
  • The path to the text file that contains "instructions" for the editor concerning which CSS-driven styles to display in the editor's "Styles" drop-down menu; and
  • The width of the editor

Note: This tag does not require a closing equivalent. 

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.editor --> 

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.editor
csspath="/omnistyles/mainbodythird.css"
cssmenu="/omnistyles/mainbody.txt"
width="799"
-->

 

Attributes

  • cssmenu 

  • csspath

  • div (Deprecated)

  • editor

  • parag

  • reflow

  • tags

  • toolbar

  • width

  • wysiwyg


 

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MultiEdit Tag

MultiEdit tags are a special form of OU Campus tag that allows a user to edit multiple content regions at one time on a page. A page can have several tags or a MultiEdit tag, or a combination of both. MultiEdit tags are surrounded by OmniUpdate editable region tags (div tags) with the button attribute set to hide (e.g., button="hide"). Only one editor tag should be used within a div; in other words, do not include a WYSIWYG Editor with a MultiEdit tag.

Note: If a web page has MultiEdit tags, JustEdit is disabled automatically for that page.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.multiedit --> 

Example

<!-- com.omniupdate.multiedit 
type="Type"
prompt="string"
alt="string"
-- >

 

Attributes

  • alt

  • prompt (Required)

  • section

  • tags 

  • type (Required)


 

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Properties Tag

The Properties tag provides control over what metadata is editable in the Properties Editor. If correct functionality of the Properties Editor is required in PCFs, this tagging is required.

Any meta data (HTML meta tags) within the properties tagging is shown within the Properties Editor.

Syntax

<!-- com.omniupdate.properties --> <!-- /com.omniupdate.properties -->

Example (In Context)

<document>
<config>
<!-- com.omniupdate.properties -->
<meta name="breadcrumb" content="true" />
<meta name="pagetype" content="<!--%echo var="pagetype" -->" />
<parameter name="department" prompt="Department" type="select" alt="Pick a department from the dropdown." section="Department">
<option value="Academics">Academics</option>
<option value="Admissions">Admissions</option>
<option value="Administration">Administration</option>
<option value="Athletics">Athletics</option>
<option value="Alumni">Alumni</option>
<option value="Financial Aid">Financial Aid</option>
<option value="Library">Library</option>
</parameter>
<!-- /com.omniupdate.properties -->
</config>
<!-- com.omniupdate.properties -->
<title>Properties Test</title>
<!-- /com.omniupdate.properties -->
<metadata>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" section="Meta Data" />
<!-- com.omniupdate.properties -->
<meta name="keywords" content="keyword, keywords, keywords" />
<meta name="description" content="This is a description." />
<!-- /com.omniupdate.properties -->
</metadata>
</document>

 

Attributes

  • section

  • meta

  • parameter

  •   type

  •   option


 

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